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The Intervention Wheel Using the Intervention Wheel, choose two of the interventions that you feel are most important  and discuss how they can be used with an aggregate. Justify your response from the readings or articles from the South University Online. Surveillance describes and monitors health events through ongoing and systematic collection,  analysis, and interpretation of health data for the purpose of planning, implementing, and  evaluating public health interventions. (Stanhope, 2016). Surveillance can be used to take a look at the population as a whole and to measure the  populations health status. By conduction surveillance of a particular aggregate information can  be gained with regards to how important the problem identified may be to the health of the  population, the ability to learn more about the problem such as how often it occurs and the 
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